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‘Stories from the Attic’ at Marlborough Historical Society

Marlborough - The Marlborough Historical Society will have an informal gathering of tales of Marlborough Tuesday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m. at the Peter...

Committee requests more information on turf field

Marlborough – A proposal for the city’s first turf field is on hold as the Marlborough City Council Finance Committee waits for more information before making a recommendation to the full council. The request was discussed at the council’s Dec. 15 meeting. The finance committee, chaired by Councilor-at-Large Michael Ossing, had reviewed a request from Mayor Arthur Vigeant to approve a bond for nearly $4 million to fund the city’s first synthetic turf athletic field which was to be located at the 1 Lt Charles W. Whitcomb Middle School.

William R. Deveaux, 55, of Northborough/Marlborough

Northborough/Marlborough - William R. “Bill” Deveaux, devoted father and widely-respected electrician, passed away Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016 from injuries sustained in a work accident....

Several contests set in November election

Marlborough - Mayor Arthur Vigeant will be opposed once again by former Fire Chief Edward “Skee” Bigelow in the November biennial municipal election. Vigeant handily defeated Bigelow by more than 64 percent of votes cast in the 2015 race. Former Mayor Michael J. McGorty applied for nomination papers for the office but failed to file them.

Students named to Youth Commission

By Joan F. Simoneau, Community Reporter Marlborough – Two Marlborough students, Ryan Wambolt and Santiago Vargas, have been approved by the city council to serve...

‘Panther Trail’ will connect open spaces, parks and schools

Marlborough – A draft concept plan for a 26-mile trail, “Panther Trail,” connecting the city’s parks, public grounds and open space in one loop extending throughout the city, was unveiled at the Dec. 15 City Council meeting. Mayor Arthur Vigeant credited Conservation Officer Priscilla Ryder, the Council’s Open Space Committee, “and the work of many volunteers for creating the innovative recreational opportunity”.

Organizers seek participants and volunteers for Marlborough’s Labor Day parade

Marlborough – The planning is now underway for the city of Marlborough’s 65th annual Labor Day Parade (MLD), which will be held on Monday,...

Toy drive to benefit United Way of Tri-County

Marlborough - Jersey Mike’s Subs, located at 44 Boston Post Road West in Marlborough, is hosting a toy drive to benefit the United Way...

Marlborough's MacDonald Beach closed due to E. coli

Marlborough – City officials have announced that MacDonald Beach on Cullinane Drive has been closed today due to exceedingly high E. coli counts. Re-testing...

High school junior gives back to community during summer internship

Marlborough - While most high school students spent this past summer playing sports, attending summer camps or traveling, one Marlborough High School student, junior William Goliger, painted stairs, started sing-alongs, danced to Zumba, and helped host a Christmas party at the Marlborough Senior Center.

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Nawrocki named new principal of Advanced Math and Science Academy

By Cindy Zomar, Contributing Writer Marlborough - Mike Nawrocki is the newest principal of the Advanced Math and Science Academy (AMSA) Charter school in Marlborough,...